Showing posts with label cupcakes. Show all posts
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Wednesday, April 5, 2023

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Saturday, August 7, 2021

Cake Bar update - closing Aug 14 to re-open (TBD) with new owners

"Hi everyone! It is with sadness we inform you that The Cake Bar is closing its doors. We want to thank the town of Franklin, surrounding towns, and all our customers for your loyalty and friendship throughout the years. Our last day will be Saturday, August 14th, so come in to get your treats and smoothie bowls while they last.

We know you need your smoothie fix, so look for upcoming news about Sippin’ Smoothies and bowls on Facebook or Instagram! @sippinsmoothies   

The new owners will continue to provide you with beautiful, delicious custom cakes and cupcakes, and will also turn it into a wonderful place for breakfast and lunch. They will be shutting down for renovations but make sure to look for the grand opening in the fall! We’ll see you there and we can all give them a big welcome!

Thank you all so much - The Cake Bar"

Cake Bar update - closing Aug 14 to re-open (TBD) with new owners
Cake Bar update - closing Aug 14 to re-open (TBD) with new owners

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

The Cake Bar's Alec Callahan

"Today we’d like to introduce you to Alec Callahan. 
Alec, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. 
Growing up I had many interests such as sports, I loved playing baseball, reading comic books and super heroes which is an obsession still to this day. I would say one of the main reasons I ended up going toward the culinary field was coming from such a large family that was cooking all the time. No matter what time of day it was it felt like my mom and aunts were in the kitchen cooking. Sometimes I would offer to help but the majority of the time I would just complain and ask if it was ready yet. I grew up with my older brother and 2 cousins who are basically my sisters. The 4 of us were always together and did anything and everything together including going out to eat to the point of being a well-known foursome in many of the town’s local restaurants. Our tastes have changed but not our love of food."

Read the remainder of Alec's article online

The Cake Bar's Alec Callahan
The Cake Bar's Alec Callahan

Friday, November 20, 2015

In the News: recount adds one to Burr, roadwork wrapping up, cupcake decorating class, PARCC results for Charter School

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin

"After a four-hour recount session, Teresa Burr was affirmed as the winner of the town clerk election. 
Burr, who led the election-night tally, widened her margin of victory over second-place finisher Diane Padula-O'Neill by one vote, taking the race 1,114 to 1,081. 
The recount, which took place in the council chambers at the Franklin Municipal Building, had election workers hand-counting the cast ballots. They were overseen by observers from both campaigns."

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"Roadwork in town is wrapping up as the winter months near, according to town officials. 
Town Administrator Jeffrey Nutting told the Town Council at its Wednesday night meeting that projects in town were drawing to a close. 
"We're hoping the weather holds while we finish up Oak Street," he said, noting that the road there needs paving. 
Nutting spoke about the downtown improvement project, which will be ending for the season, but will resume next year."
new traffic calming island on Oak St
new traffic calming island on Oak St

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"Franklin Public Schools, Lifelong Learning Institute and the Center for Adult Education & Community Learning will host a cupcake-decorating event from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Dec. 2 at Franklin High School, 218 Oak St."

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"Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter Public School students outperformed state averages on all tests on the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers tests taken last spring. 
Across all grade levels tested, students at BFCCPS averaged an 81 percent proficiency rate on PARCC English language arts exams and 70 percent in math, compared to average statewide proficiency rates of 46 percent and 45 percent, respectively."

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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Open Mic Night at The Cake Bar

The next OPEN MIC NIGHT at the Cake Bar will be held this Thursday! 

We plan on holding this event on the THIRD THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH from 6:30PM - 8:30PM. 

If you're interested in performing you can either call and sign up in advance for a guaranteed spot or walk in and perform as time allows. 

Friends and family are encouraged to attend! We hope to see you there!

Open Mic Night at The Cake Bar
Open Mic Night at The Cake Bar

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Livy's Hope - The Cake Bar

While I was on my errands Saturday afternoon, Tracie Turinese sent me an email about a fund raiser at her place, The Cake Bar. Hmm, I was going to drive right by on my way home, might as well stop in and see what's up.

The Cake Bar was busy. As I was in line, watching for an opportunity to take a picture of the luscious cupcakes in the display case, the tray marked "Livy's Hope" was pulled out. The last of that batch had just been sold. Any cupcake purchase qualifies for a contribution to this cause so I did make a choice. There are so many decadent ones to choose from!

Here is the flyer with the full story on the fund raising effort for Livy

Here is a view of the special Livy cupcakes. Yes, more are being made. You might be able to get one or more when you go there this weekend.

The Cake Bar - Livy's Hope

For more about Livy's Hope you can visit their webpage

If you don't make it to the Cake Bar, you can donate through the Livy's Hope website

BTW - The Cake Bar now is selling gluten free cupcakes made by Twist Bakery from Millis

If it is hard to get to the links in the flyer, you can try these